The Sarojin’s unveiling of its new Beach Bar and Winter Escape Early Bird Offers are proving major drawcards for Australians staying at this acclaimed luxury boutique resort in Khao Lak, Thailand.
The new Beach Bar, perched on the shores of the Andaman Sea, is breezy, chic and stylish, serving up a heady mix of superb cocktails and panoramic ocean views. Its idyllic setting on The Sarojin’s 11 kilometre stretch of secluded white sand beach is enhanced by tropical-inspired lounges, comfy sofas and large beanbags – the perfect spot for sipping a chilled cocktail and sheltering from the sunshine beneath a canopy of palm trees.
With a tempting seafood menu including rock lobster, king prawns, squid, mussels all plucked from the local waters, plus a gourmet selection of Thai dishes and tapas, the Beach Bar is the perfect complement for guests enjoying other special culinary experiences on offer during a stay at The Sarojin, including romantic private dinners ‘just for 2’ on secluded white sand, by a candlelit jungle waterfall or perhaps on a private island.
Meanwhile, the acclaimed Ficus restaurant, nestled under the hanging canopy of an ancient Ficus tree and overlooking the magnificent lotus pond, offers guests contemporary Mediterranean cuisine, degustation dinners and wines from the impressive cellar collection.
The Sarojin’s Winter Escape Early Bird Offer is available for stays until 30 September 2016 on all bookings made at least 30 days prior to travel. Prices start from THB 6581/approx. AUD250 for two people in a Garden Residence including complimentary all day a la carte breakfast with sparkling wine and taxes.
Stays in a Pool Residence start from THB8746/approx. AUD335 and a Spa Suite from THB 9799/approx. AUD 375, both of which also include one complimentary 60-minute spa treatment per night.
The Sarojin is an award-winning 56-room five-star luxury boutique beach resort, 55 minutes from Phuket International Airport, providing year-round swimming and watersports, extraordinary dining experiences, unique private excursions and an acclaimed award spa. Renowned for its excellent personalised service and authentic insights, The Sarojin offers guests adventures into the surrounding national parks and areas of outstanding natural beauty. The world famous dive sanctuaries of the Similan Islands and Surin Islands, five stunning primary rain forested national parks and Phang Nga Bay, with its limestone islands and captivating sea cave canoe journeys, are easily accessible. Children under the age of 10 are unable to stay in the resort.
The Sarojin receives continual recognition in prestigious awards, last year featuring in Conde Nast Traveller’s Readers’ Choice Awards for Best Hotels Asia, Brides Magazine’s Top 10 Honeymoons Asia, Australia and New Zealand, TripAdvisor’s 14 Extraordinary Hotel Pools and Wine Spectator’s Awards of Excellence and being named a winner in the Luxury Travel Guide.